Kenya will now export avocados, french beans, mangoes, peanuts, and hides and skins to China.
"After a week of delicate negotiations, formal sanitary and phytosanitary agreements have been signed between Kenya and China for Kenya‘s Agriculture produce to enter the Chinese market," Nzioka Waita, State House Chief of Staff tweeted on Friday.
Other products that have been approved are legumes, vegetables and fruits, herbs, meat, bixa, macademia nuts, gum Arabica, myrrh and Asian vegetables like chilli and karela.
Waita said Kenya and China have also formally launched their technical working group to commence negotiations on the expansion of trade opportunities and review of tariff and non-tariff barriers.
This is after President Uhuru Kenyatta expressed concern about the trade imbalance when he visited China for bilateral talks last week.